WordPress: Beyond Blogging!!

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These are slides to accompany an 8 minute ‘Lightning Talk’ for the dev8D conference in London, 24-27th February 2010. Each slide is a link to a blog post I have written on ways to use WordPress and WordPress Multi User, that are not about blogging.

Brief notes accompany each slide (from slide 12 onwards).

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WordPress: Beyond Blogging!!

  1. 1. WordPress Beyond blogging!!
  2. 2. Pimp your ride on the semantic web!! htp://splashurl.net/ad8
  3. 3. Are you addicted to feeds? htp://splashurl.net/ad9
  4. 4. OPACPress: Turning WordPress.com on its head! htp://splashurl.net/aea
  5. 5. All Your Social Networks Are Belong To Us htp://splashurl.net/aeb
  6. 6. Scholarly publishing with WordPress htp://splashurl.net/aec
  7. 7. WordPress Your “Social Repo” htp://splashurl.net/aed
  8. 8. REAL-TIME JAILBREAKING htp://splashurl.net/aee
  9. 9. Step up and Syndicate! htp://splashurl.net/aef
  10. 10. No comment. htp://splashurl.net/aeg
  11. 11. Things you should know htp://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ htp://wordpress.org/extend/themes/ htp://codex.wordpress.org htp://adambrown.info/p/wp_hooks/ htp://codex.buddypress.org/
  12. 12. These are slides to accompany an 8 minute ‘Lightning Talk’ for the dev8D conference in London, 24-27th February 2010. Each slide is a link to a blog post I have writen on ways to use WordPress and WordPress Mult User, that are not about blogging. 1
  13. 13. This is a blog post about various plugins that can extend the semantc metadata on a WordPress site. 2
  14. 14. This is a blog post about the variety of feeds available on a WordPress site. 3
  15. 15. This is a blog post about OPACPress, a project proposal to use WordPress MU as a library catalogue platorm. It’s WordPress.com on its head, because it’s taking a relatvely small number of sites (<100) and populatng them with up to 1m records/blog posts. WordPress.com has millions of sites, each with relatvely few blog posts. 4
  16. 16. This is a blog post about BuddyPress, a set of plugins that turn WordPress into a social network. 5
  17. 17. This is a blog post about using WordPress to author academic artcles, with supportng metadata. 6
  18. 18. This is a blog post about aggregatng records from Insttutonal Repositories into WordPress to provide a ‘social’ front-end to repository content, where people can discuss the papers. I like Tony’s idea about using it to curate journals from freely available repo content. 7
  19. 19. This is a blog post about HookPress, a plugin that integrates web hooks into WordPress, for real-tme actons and notfcatons. It also links to other posts I’ve made about how XMPP, SUP, RSSCloud and PubSubHubbub are all easily integrated through the use of plugins. 8
  20. 20. This is a blog post about using WordPress to publish course content, again tying it in with source material held in an Insttutonal Repository. I also use the site to syndicate to iTunes. 9
  21. 21. This is a blog post about our work on WriteToReply and JISCPress. The ttle is mean to be ironic, as it’s using WordPress as a document publishing platorm for detailed comment, annotaton and deliberaton. 10
  22. 22. 02/23/10 Things you should know htp://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ htp://wordpress.org/extend/themes/ htp://codex.wordpress.org htp://adambrown.info/p/wp_hooks/ htp://codex.buddypress.org/ 02/23/10 11

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